I will pay for the following article Effect of the Information Revolution on the Formation of Global Cities. The work is to be 8 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. With the expansion and diversification of the global economy, the new market incorporates, and emphasizes organizing the production of the advanced services that are required for the development of information technology. The industrial revolution is regarded as the information age. The invention of printing, the invention of the telephone, the telegraph, the radio, motion pictures, etc. has given birth to the industrial revolution. The global city focuses on the transformation and conversion of the various processes that are considered in the process of globalization and for the revolution in information technology. The capability of entering and adapting itself in the information age depends on the education of the whole society and the process of complex information systems. The global city cannot be referred to as the place but the process in which the centers for consumption and production of the services and the related ancillary local societies are linked in a global network and concurrently downplaying the connection with their hinterlands (Sassen, 2001).


The global economy incorporates and expands in the new market. The global city is very important and necessary in the process of globalization and providing infrastructural backbone and materials that are required for the global flow and establishes the physical sites that create the control and the command function that is required for decentralization in the global economy. The global city is related to distinctive urban form and also the theoretical objects. At the beginning of 1970, there is remarkable conversion related to the alteration in the urban fabric of various cities across the world. The growth and development in linking the network between the global cities are facilitated by the revolution of information technology. Global cities have allowed the non-contiguous and the distant spaces in developing the structure and durable interactions of people that were not available before. Global cities are connected together through the development of the digital infrastructure. The theorist of the Global city has developed and improved a long way in improving the conceptual tools that are required for nonstate centric empirics.